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S. Yamada: Sōkyoku taiishō [Compendium of koto music], i–vi (Edo, 1779), vii (1903); ed. K. Hirano (Tokyo, 1981) F.T. Piggott



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S. Yamada: Sōkyoku taiishō [Compendium of koto music], i–vi (Edo, 1779), vii (1903); ed. K. Hirano (Tokyo, 1981)

F.T. Piggott: The Music and Musical Instruments of Japan (London, 1893, 2/1909/R)

T. Takano: ‘Shichiku shoshinshū’ [Comprehensive collection of Japanese songs and ballads], Nihon kayō shūsei, vi (Tokyo, 1928)

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K. Takano: ‘Theorie der japanischen Musik, 1: Untersuchungen über die Form der Koto Musik “Danmono”’, Tohoku psychologica folia, iii (1935), 69–169

K. Hirano and S. Kishibe: Tsukushi-goto kenkyū shiryō [Materials for the study of tsukushi-goto] (Tokyo, 1955)

S. Kishibe: ‘Zokusō’, Ongaku jiten (Tokyo, 1954–7), ii, 276–9

S. Higashiyama: ‘Jiuta’, ibid., iv, 215–7

T. Fujita and E. Kikkawa: ‘Sō’, ibid., vi, 37–9

H. Tanabe: ‘Sōkyoku’, vi, 49–56

K. Hayashi: Shōsōin gakki no kenkyū [A study of early Japanese music based on the instruments in the Shōsōin] (Tokyo, 1964)

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W. Adriaansz: ‘The Yatsuhashi-Ryū: a Seventeenth Century School of Koto Music’, AcM, xliii (1971), 55–93

W. Adriaansz: ‘Midare’, Nihon no ongaku to sono shūhen (Tokyo, 1973), 9–54

W. Adriaansz: The Kumiuta and Danmono Traditions of Japanese Koto Music (Berkeley, 1973)

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D. Loeb: ‘An Analytic Study of Japanese Koto Music’, Music Forum, iv (1976), 335–93

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‘Sō’, ibid., 276–87

‘Sōkyoku’, ibid., 486–92

‘Jiuta’, ibid., 493–9

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E. Kikkawa: A History of Japanese Koto Music and Ziuta (Tokyo, 1997) [incl. 2 CDs]



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